2018 Albert-Eden Local Paths (Greenways) Plan

2018 Albert-Eden Local Paths (Greenways) Plan

2018 Albert-Eden Local Paths (Greenways) Plan

2018 Albert-Eden Local Paths (Greenways) Plan

2018 Albert-Eden Local Paths (Greenways) Plan

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2018 Albert-Eden Local Paths (Greenways) Plan

3 | P a g e Table of Contents Albert-Eden Local Paths (Greenways) Review November 2018 . 1 Introduction . 4 Greenways and Local Paths . 4 The purpose of this document . 4 Routes 1.0 – 17.0 are identified as priority routes in the 2018 Programme . 5 Activation, maps and other aspects . 6 Maps and wayfinding . 6 Facilities along the way . 6 Signage recommendations . 6 Events . 6 Openings . 7 Greening of Local Paths . 7 Centres in Albert-Eden . 8 Key Guidelines and Benchmarks .

9 Auckland Local Path Design Guide 2017 . 10 Route prioritisation analysis . 11 Analysis criteria . 11 Albert-Eden Local Paths Routes Analysis . 12 Maps . 15 Map showing existing and funded paths . 16 Map recommended routes . 17 Map showing existing and funded paths and recommended routes . 18 Coast to Coast map (also the Te Araroa route . 19

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4 | P a g e Introduction The Albert-Eden Greenways Plan 2013 identified a network of Greenways connections throughout the local board area. It also selected some priority routes to progress. Some of these have been successfully completed or are progressing. Most of the connections in the 2013 document are still relevant, but five years on, the reality of providing better walking and cycling (active transport) options for communities have become more important. To reflect this, Greenways have been reframed as Local Paths. Local Paths provide active transport opportunities for people to use safe routes for everyday journeys (i.e.

to work, schools, shops, transport hubs and visits to community and recreational facilities) throughout local board areas. This document is a review of the Albert-Eden Greenways plan and covers the Local Paths network for the Albert-Eden Local Board area. Central to the concept of Auckland Local Paths is that they are designed to provide active transport options, appealing especially to those in the community that may not be comfortable cycling or walking on streets where cars are prioritised. The adoption of term ‘Local Paths’ is a reflection that these routes may well be on pleasant, greened paths in parks, but some sections may need to be on (preferably quiet) roads to make useful destinations accessible.

Given the highly-developed and busy road network in the Albert-Eden area, this plan also includes some ‘Express Paths’ on major transport routes, which can be used for longer cross-board routes. The Albert-Eden Local Board Plan 2017 includes outcomes that value natural and cultural heritage. The environment is respected and protected. Local Paths mean transport is achieved with a lighter footprint on valued sites. The Local Paths guide prescribes that routes should be ‘leafy and green’ and contribute positively toward ecological well-being. Albert-Eden had many pleasant neighbourhood and wider community commercial hubs.

Good safe access to service and retail centres by active modes are mutually beneficial for local businesses and customers. There are seven train stations in Albert-Eden. Access to trains can extend the length of recreational bike rides or walks and make linking through the local board area to neighbouring areas possible. People can experience one-way walks or rides with one leg of their trip being by train. Longer on-road routes have been identified by Auckland Transport in the Auckland Cycle Network (ACN). Delivery of the ACN will be reviewed and/or progressed by Auckland Transport when the area becomes a regional priority in Auckland Transport’s Cycling Programme for Investment, unless there are parts where vital safety issues arise in relation to prioritised routes.

Auckland Transport advises that the Albert-Eden area has priority for the Cycling Investment Programme in 2018–2023 in Sandringham and the ‘Central Isthmus’. In 2023- 28 the Mount Albert and Point Chevalier areas are earmarked for prioritisation of cycling projects. Specific routes have not yet been confirmed although ACN routes are likely to be the focus. Local Paths implementation will therefore often rely on funding from the local board. Funding could come from projects in relation to growth, park developments or renewals and Transport Capital Funding. The board can advocate for Auckland Transport funding; however, Auckland Transport will prioritise projects which address safety issues.

Greenways and Local Paths The term “Local Path”, rather than “Greenway”, is used throughout this report, as this is the current term agreed by Auckland Council and Auckland Transport. However, when referring directly to the original Albert-Eden Greenways Planning Document the original title is used.

The purpose of this document The purpose of this review is to provide the Albert-Eden Local Board with: • A reviewed Albert-Eden Local Paths (Greenways) Plan, including recommended updated priority Local Paths routes. •Recommendations for implementation of aspects of Local Path priority routes which will enable the board and staff to prioritize Local Paths network projects in current and future work programs and advocate to Auckland Transport and other potential partners or agencies for funding.

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5 | P a g e Routes 1.0 – 17.0 are identified as priority routes in the 2018 Programme 1.0 Point Chevalier Beaches 2.0 Waititiko Connection 3.0 Waterview Spine 4.0 Waterview Path to Train 5.0 Cross Isthmus ‘Wend‘ 6.0 Owairaka Connection 7.0 Wairaka Express to Morningside 8.0 Western Springs to Greenlane Express 9.0 Sandringham to Kerr-Taylor Park 10.0 Dominion Road Parallel West 11.0 Dominion Road Parallel East 12.0 Epsom South to Maungawhau 13.0 Market Road to Maungawhau via Mount Saint John 14.0 Cornwall Park to Greenwoods Corner 15.0 Owairaka Maunga Walking 16.0 Dominion Road Straight 17.0 Motu Manawa

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6 | P a g e Activation, maps and other aspects The use of local paths to encourage active transport in the area is dependent on people’s awareness of the opportunity, convenience and pleasure of getting to destinations by walking or cycling. Maps and wayfinding With population growth and more intensive living and working environments, demand for recreational activity in natural settings is increasing. Auckland Transport encourages the use of its great local paths in the region by providing shared path maps (paper and on-line), which include features along the way and connections to other active routes.

The Albert- Eden Local Board may request an extension of the Waterview path map to include the route to the Point Chevalier beaches and the foreshore walking route from Howlett Reserve to Heron Park once the routes are complete.

Facilities along the way Active travellers get thirsty and drinking water sources along the way provide a healthy option. Drinking fountains should be included in detailed planning of routes. Likewise, walkers and cyclists appreciate the opportunity for a rest and appreciate convenient, accessible seating along the way. Auckland Transport’s shared path maps show the location of drinking fountains, playgrounds, toilets, cultural features and train stations. It is recommended that any maps developed for local paths do the same.

Signage recommendations 1. Signage should be installed concurrently with route delivery.

Visibility in relation to long-term foliage growth must be addressed. 2. Route markers as per the Local Paths Design Guide indicate destination alternatives offered by the route at start points and at significant junctions. These should be installed on all routes. 3. Route direction signs as per the Local Paths Design Guide, indicate destinations and distances just before path junctions. These should be installed on all routes. Finger posts (directional pointers with destinations) can be added right at junctions where significant destinations justify further emphasis. 4. The full suite of route markers, direction signs, makers and sharrows should be installed on all more complex routes (as below).

5. The Coast to Coast walking route crosses the Albert-Eden local board area. Signage for this regional facility should be integrated with local paths signage, especially where it coincides with the national Te Araroa trail.

The more complex ‘wending’ routes shown on the maps attached to this plan such as 2.0 Waititiko Connection, 5.0 Cross Isthmus ‘Wend‘ and the Dominion Road parallel routes (10.0 and 11.0) prompt ’bread-crumbing’ as an appropriate way-finding strategy. The Local Paths Design Guides outlines ‘markers’ to give detailed clues that reassure that walkers and cyclists are to remain on their intended route where few infrastructure clues exist. These are inexpensive sticker-type strips that are can be applied to power and light poles. They are visible enough to those looking out for them without adding undue clutter.

In some cases, ‘sharrows’ (painted markers on the road itself), can be used to help guide direction on calmed streets.

Events Auckland Transport and their advocacy partners have an ongoing interest in providing bicycle parking and safe active routes to large community events in parks where vehicle traffic and parking is often at full capacity. Examples include Movies in Parks in Chamberlain Park and the Big Gay Out in Coyle Park. The presence of Auckland Transport and advocacy partners at such events usually provide information on walking and cycling in the wider area. Communication about events at larger venues such as the Mount Eden and Mount Albert War Memorial halls should promote all transport options.

The Mount Albert venue is particularly accessible by cycling and walking. Also, there are public transport options via Baldwin Avenue railway station. Active and public transport options should be included in the advice on ‘getting to the venue’.

ASB Showgrounds and Logan Campbell Centre at Greenlane and Eden Park are other venues where all-modes transport advice would help with parking capacity and ease congestion. Libraries and schools (especially those with public event venues such as Ray Freedman at Epsom Girls Grammar and the Centennial Theatre at Auckland Grammar) would also benefit from better communication about alternative transport options. Local business hubs often host local street events such as Figure 1 Bridge over Waititiko from Motions Road

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7 | P a g e Kingsland Flavours, White Nights and street festivals in Sandringham and Greenwoods Corner.

Carols at Potters Park is also a crowd-drawing occasion. In all cases, all-mode ‘getting there’ options can help with travel convenience, parking capacity and avoiding traffic mayhem. Figure 2 Bridge on south path at Heron Park Figure 3 Entry to One Tree Hill Domain from Golf Road Openings A new or upgraded Local Path, or even a significant portion of one, is a great opportunity to celebrate and promote active transport in a community. Auckland Transport’s cycling and walking team can help with such events. This may include providing maps, merchandise, great advice and possibly a bike repair service.

Greening of Local Paths Local Paths that comply with ‘multi-use’ situations (room for two people and two cyclists all side by side) are 4 metres wide. In some parks a narrower 3-metre wide shared path may be appropriate. With either of these path types the expanse of paving can have quite an impact on the more natural setting of a park or where only a 1.2 metre footpath or track existed before. In smaller parks, some flexibility on widths and gradients may be required. In a highly urbanised local board area such as Albert-Eden, the opposite, adding natural landscapes to streets where Local Paths run, may be desirable.

Water sensitive design, tree planting and rain gardens in extended kerbs can all enhance calmed streets and add to the sense of continuity of a Local Path. With such treatments extending to parts of routes on streets, the potential ecological benefits of sequestering carbon, regulating local climate conditions by reducing urban heat island effect, stabilizing soils, contributing towards biodiversity and wildlife habitat, filtering of water and reducing stormwater runoff can be increased. A current issue with several parks is that the entry is flanked with right-angle parking that crosses current cycling (and sometimes pedestrian) access.

Implementation or upgrade to routes into parks should provide specific, safe access for people on foot and on bikes.

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8 | P a g e Centres in Albert-Eden Good safe access to service and retail hubs are vitally important for encouraging active trips. It also encourages the support of local businesses. One of the drivers in the selection of the priority routes is ‘getting to business hubs’. • Point Chevalier: Proposed on-road paths and route 1.0 Point Chevalier Beaches will serve this centre well. • Mount Albert: The upgrade of Mount Albert town centre has improved local conditions for active travel. Connections to Mount Albert are via proposed route 7.0. Wairaka Express to Morningside.

• Saint Lukes: This car-centric facility has local routes close by: route 5.0 Cross Isthmus ‘Wend‘, route 2.0 Waititiko Connection and route 9.0 Sandringham to Kerr-Taylor Park.

Until route 8.0 Western Springs to Green Lane route is realised, direct safe cycling is not available. • Kingsland: This area can be reached on route 10.0 Dominion Road parallel west. • Sandringham: This centre is reached reasonably well by route 10.0 Dominion Road Parallel West and route 9.0 Sandringham to Kerr-Taylor Park. • Dominion Road: This centre is skirted by its parallel routes 10.0 and 11.0 with reasonably quiet connecting streets. • Mount Eden: Mt Eden Road is an Auckland Cycle Network route that is only partially realised. Routes 5.0 the Cross Isthmus ‘Wend’ and 12.0 Epsom South to Maungawhau supplement the 11.0 Dominion Road Parallel East connection.

• Greenlane: Manukau Road is an Auckland Cycle Network route that is not yet developed. Until that and the express 8.0 Western Springs to Green Lane route is realised, direct safe cycling is not available. • Market Road: A direct safe cycling route is not prioritised in this proposal. • Greenwoods Corner: A short loop from Cornwall Park included in the current proposal for 14.0 Cornwall Park to Greenwoods Corner. It is envisaged that this will encourage connections with the Coast to Coast and Te Araroa walking routes.

Figure 2 Roy Clements Treeway Figure 5 Ellerton Road to Thames Street connection

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9 | P a g e Key Guidelines and Benchmarks The Auckland Local Path Design Guide 2017 has been used as a guide in prioritising recommendations for implementation of the Albert-Eden Local Paths network. The Albert-Eden Greenways Plan 2013 pre-dates the publication of the Auckland Local Path Design Guide, and therefore did not refer specifically to the types of routes and benchmarks used in the design guide. This report has assessed each of the routes within the current framework of the design guide using the following definitions and benchmarks: Path types Function Key benchmarks for Local Paths Measurable benchmarks Local Paths Connect destinations, such as schools, public transport and recreation areas, and connect to the cycle network.

Maximum average of 2,000 vehicles/day Vehicle volumes On-street Local Path: has pedestrians on footpaths and are safe enough to cycle on without separated cycle lanes. 30kph vehicle speed Vehicle speeds Open space Local Path: runs through parks and open spaces and accommodates both cyclists and pedestrians. Cyclist maximum speed 20kph Bicycle speeds Express Paths Busy streets, with designated cycleways separated from vehicles to provide safe cycle facilities. Provide “active transport” options Arterial road crossings Form the base structure of the cycleway network. Accessibility and safety Trails Rural or bush setting and are primarily for recreation.

Accessibility limitations may be a factor.

Green infrastructure

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10 | P a g e Auckland Local Path Design Guide 2017

11 | P a g e Route prioritisation analysis Many of the 17 routes in the Albert-Eden Greenways (Local Paths) review are formed by joining sections often with differing character, type of environment or implementation issues. Many routes combine paths through parks with quiet roads, often linked together by busy roads Analysis criteria: This analysis addresses the overall route and issues at this stage. Factors considered for each route include: • Route number • Name of route • Brief route description • Type of route • Budget source: Auckland Transport (AT)/ Albert-Eden Local Board (AELB) • Length • Gradient • Destinations and connections • Opportunities for delivery and synergies with other projects • Predicted level of relative use (per user group) • Complexity of delivery • Constraints and risks • Albert-Eden Local Board benefits • Notes

12 | P a g e Albert-Eden Local Paths Routes Analysis Route Number Route name Brief route description Type of route Budget source Auckland Transport (AT) / Albert-Eden Local Board (AELB) Length Gradient Destinations and connections Opportunities for delivery and synergies with other projects Predicted level of relative use (per user group) Complexity of delivery Constraints and risks Albert-Eden Local Board benefits Notes 1.0 Point Chevalier Beaches Eric Armishaw to Walker Park and Coyle Park Calmed streets, possible protected lane AT, AELB 2.3 km Gentle to moderate (moderate from Eric Armishaw Reserve up to Maranui Avenue) Beaches and schools Point Chevalier and Meola Road cycle facility project Moderate to high local use in level topography.

Moderate use by local school 'bike train'. Low Muripara Avenue is no longer on the Selwyn Village bus route. Supports access to beaches Safe priority crossing needed from Muripara Avenue to Humariri Street 2.0 Waititiko Connection Chamberlain Park to Rawalpindi Reserve, Mt Albert Memorial Park and Roy Clements Treeway Local paths and calmed streets AT, AELB 3.6 km Gentle Parks, train station and schools Chamberlain Park Masterplan path connections High use by local commuter access to North West cycleway Moderate use as attractive recreational route. Low Rail crossing at Asquith Avenue. Central Interceptor works in Mt Albert War Memorial Park and Roy Clements Treeway may disrupt access.

Improved access to Chamberlain Park Wayfinding needed in Mt Albert War Memorial Park 3.0 Waterview Spine Heron Park to Waterview Reserve (additional connections along Alford Street) Calmed streets and park paths AT 1.7 km (additional 250 metres along Alford Street) Gentle to moderate (moderate on Fairlands Avenue) Schools (including schools in the Whau Local Board area) High use by schools and commuters Low (excluding Tutuki Reserve link) High (Tutuki Reserve link) A connection through Tutuki Reserve is not currently possible. It is cut off by private land Connections across local board areas.

Completes local links and increases use of remote paths. Land purchase would be needed for a link through Tutuki Reserve 4.0 Waterview Path to Train Harbutt Reserve to Mount Albert and train station Calmed streets and crossings AT, Kiwirail 1 km (additional 140 metres to Mount Albert train station) Gentle to moderate (moderate near Mount Albert train station) Express path to train Integrate with Auckland Transport wayfinding signs High use by schools and commuters connecting to the train. Low Calm connection to train from intensified housing areas 5.0 Cross Isthmus ‘Wend’ Fowlds Park to Cornwall Park (via Gribblehirst Park, Potters Park and Melville Park) Calmed streets and park paths AT, AELB 10.3 km Gentle to moderate Schools, parks, Saint Lukes commercial centre Coincides with the Coast to Coast route High use for local journeys on quiet sections.

High use by commuters linking to other direct routes. Low to high Sections of the route are on land owned by the Cornwall Park Trust Overlaps suburbs and allows a longer recreational urban wander Safe crossings needed at Morningside Drive, Sandringham Road and Manukau Road 6.0 Owairaka Connection Alan Wood Reserve to Kukuwai Park and Owairaka District School (via Murray Halberg Park) Calmed streets and park paths AT, AELB 0.9 km Gentle to moderate (moderate in Murray Halberg Park) Schools, parks, housing intensification areas Auckland Transport Safe School Project. Housing, Lives, Communities (HLC) housing intensification High use by schools for school Moderate use for recreational journeys to parks Low Good local link Safe crossing needed at Hendon Road 7.0 Wairaka Express to Morningside Carrington Road to Morningside Protected paths on major roads AT 4.2 km Flat to moderate Schools, Mount Albert centre, north- west cycleway express route, and cross isthmus express route High use by schools and commercial area customers Future increased use from Wairaka housing intensification Moderate, (upgrade existing facilities) Narrow over railway bridge Link for confident riders only (until there are significant improvements) Good link to express routes for confident riders

13 | P a g e Route Number Route name Brief route description Type of route Budget source Auckland Transport (AT) / Albert-Eden Local Board (AELB) Length Gradient Destinations and connections Opportunities for delivery and synergies with other projects Predicted level of relative use (per user group) Complexity of delivery Constraints and risks Albert-Eden Local Board benefits Notes 8.0 Western Springs to Greenlane Express Saint Lukes Road to Balmoral Road and Greenlane West Road Protected paths on major roads AT 8 km Moderate to steep (steep at Mount Eden Road crossing) Commercial centres, train stations and other express routes High for commuters (once there are significant upgrades) High Narrow in parts Link for confident riders only (until there are significant improvements) Good link to express routes for confident riders Safe crossings needed at major intersections 9.0 Sandringham to Kerr- Taylor Park Sandringham Road shops to Kerr-Taylor Park (via Harwood Park) Calmed streets and park paths AT, AELB 1.1 km Flat Auckland Transport traffic calming project Moderate use for schools and local shopping journeys Moderate to high High (intersections at Sandringham Road and Saint Lukes Road, 200 metre section along Sandringham Road) Good local link between shopping area on quiet streets and through parks 10.0 Dominion Road Parallel West Existing route extended to north-west cycleway (via Bond Street), New connection at the south end of the route (via Renfrew Avenue).

Calmed streets AT 4.7 km Gentle to moderate (moderate at Bond Street and Mount Albert Road) Schools, Eden park, local retail hubs Links to Puketapapa and Waitemata Local Paths High use by schools High (Bond Street extension and New North Road crossing) A connection between Burnley Terrace and King Edward Street is not currently possible. It is cut off by private land Links to Puketapapa and Waitemata Local Paths Land purchase would be needed for a link between Burnley Terrace and King Edward Street. Safe crossing needed at New North Road intersection. 11.0 Dominion Road Parallel East Existing route extended to the local board boundary to the north Calmed streets AT 4.6 km Gentle Schools Links to Puketapapa and Waitemata City Rail Link Station Moderate use by schools, local journeys and less confident commuters and shoppers Moderate Closer links to Mount Eden train station and the central city Safe crossing needed at northern extension 12.0 Epsom South to Maungawhau Watling Reserve to Aberfoyle Reserve, Windmill Park, Nicholson Park and Mount Eden Village.

Access to Maungawhau is along Mt Eden Road and Batger Road.

Calmed streets, and park paths. Protected lane on Mount Eden Road AT, AELB 2.4 km Moderate to steep (steep through Aberfoyle Reserve) Schools, Mount Eden shops Diversion to shops and cafes from the Coast to Coast route Links to Coast to Coast route High use by school and for local journeys. Moderate use by commuters. Low to high High (Aberfoyle Reserve footpath and Balmoral Road crossing) Busy crossing at Balmoral Road Aberfoyle Reserve and Balmoral Road crossing is an important connect to the south Epsom area Footpath connection and push rail needed in Aberfoyle Reserve. Safe crossing needed across Balmoral Road.

13.0 Market Road to Maungawhau via Mount Saint John Market Road to Mount Saint John/Te Kopuke, Epsom Library and Maungawhau Walking route along roads. Track over Mount Saint John/Te Kopuke AT, AELB 2.9 km (includes 400- metre track over Mount Saint John/Te Kopuke) Steep on Mount Saint John/Te Kopuke Connects maunga and Epsom Library Connects to Coast to Coast route Links to Tupuna Maunga projects Moderate use by recreational users. Moderate Busy crossings on Manukau Road at Epsom Library and crossing Gillies Avenue Encourage appreciation of and access to maunga Needs new access route from Mount Saint John/Te Kopuke to Warborough Avenue 14.0 Cornwall Park to Greenwoods Corner Golf Road and Ngaroma Road loop between Cornwall Park and Greenwoods Corner Calmed streets and protected lane Manukau Road AT 600m via Ngaroma Road 650m via Golf Road Moderate Cornwall Park and Greenwoods Corner shopping area Diversion to shops and cafes from the Coast to Coast route A safe crossing on Manukau road could extend the route to Banff Road, schools and link to route 12.

Moderate use by recreational users. Low to moderate Moderate (Manukau Road crossings) Links into One Tree Hill Domain are within the Maungakiekie- Tamaki Local Board area Link to the Coast to Coast and Te Araroa routes Opportunity to enhance the entrance into Cormwall Park and One Tree Hill Domain from Golf Road 15.0 Owairaka Maunga Walking Owairaka Park to Owairaka Domain Summit Road (via Owairaka Avenue and Mountfield Terrace) Walking route, quite streets and park paths AT, AELB 1.6 km Steep Access to maunga Links to Tupuna Maunga projects Moderate use by recreational users. Moderate Encourage appreciation of and access to maunga Needs upgrade of route to summit Possible cycling options from Grande Avenue.

14 | P a g e Route Number Route name Brief route description Type of route Budget source Auckland Transport (AT) / Albert-Eden Local Board (AELB) Length Gradient Destinations and connections Opportunities for delivery and synergies with other projects Predicted level of relative use (per user group) Complexity of delivery Constraints and risks Albert-Eden Local Board benefits Notes 16.0 Dominion Road Straight Dominion Road (direct link between Puketapapa and Waitemata Local Board areas) Dedicated cycling lanes AT 3.8 km Gentle City centre and Dominion Road businesses and shops Design in conjunction with Auckland Transport light rail High use by commuters High (limited space on Dominion Road to accommodate all modes of transport) Auckland Transport light rail project Commuter connection between Puketapapa and Waitemata Local Board areas 17.0 Motu Manawa Howlett Reserve to Fairlands Reserve and Heron Park (via marine reserve and boardwalks) Walking route on boardwalk and stairs AELB 1.8 km Gentle Foreshore access to Motu Manawa Marine Reserve High use by recreational users High Ecological sensitivity and difficulty of construction in the marine reserve Allows access to the foreshore and marine reserve

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SCHOOL BALMORAL S.D.A SCHOOL CENTRAL CITY PONSONBY NEWTON GRAFTON PARNELL NEWMARKET REMUERA MOUNT EDEN EDEN TERRACE MARKET ROAD GREENLANE EAST GREENWOODS CORNER GREENLANE WEST GREY LYNN POINT CHEVALIER WATERVIEW MOUNT ALBERT AVONDALE SAINT LUKES MORNINGSIDE KINGSLAND BALMORAL SANDRINGHAM WAITEMATA LOCAL BOARD ORAKEI LOCAL BOARD MAUNGAKIEKIE TAMAKI LOCAL BOARD PUKETAPAPA LOCAL BOARD WHAU LOCAL BOARD Albert-Eden Local Paths: Map showing existing and funded Greenways Boundary Motorway Major road Minor road Railway Train station Primary school Intermediate school Secondary school Tertiary institution Park Existing paths Existing paths (walk only) Existing paths (tide dependant) Funded paths Funded paths (walk only) Express commute Local destination or commute Neighbourhood Local with walk only Recreational wend Boundary Motorway Major road Minor road Railway Train station Primary school Intermediate school Secondary school Tertiary institution Park 0 500m Express commute Local destination or commute Neighbourhood Local with walk only Recreational wend LEGEND 1 2 7 3 8 4 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 5 6 Point Chevalier Beaches Waitikiko Connection Waterview Spine Waterview Path to Train Cross Isthmus ‘Wend‘ Owairaka Connection Wairaka Express to Morningside Western Springs to Greenlane Express Sandringham to Saint Lukes Dominion Road parallel West Dominion Road parallel East Epsom South to Maungawhau Market Road to Maungawhau via Mount Saint John Cornwall Park to Greenwoods Corner Owairaka Maunga Walking Dominion Road straight Motu Manawa Routes Proposed Greenways 2018: Boundary Motorway Major road Minor road Railway Train station Primary school Intermediate school Secondary school Tertiary institution Park LEGEND 0 500m Proposed Greenways 2018: Existing paths Existing paths (walk only) Existing paths (tide dependant) Funded paths Funded paths (walk only) LEGEND 17 1 2 7 3 8 4 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 5 6 Point Chevalier Beaches Waitikiko Connection Waterview Spine Waterview Path to Train Cross Isthmus ‘Wend‘ Owairaka Connection Wairaka Express to Morningside Western Springs to Greenlane Express Sandringham to Saint Lukes Dominion Road parallel West Dominion Road parallel East Epsom South to Maungawhau Market Road to Maungawhau via Mount Saint John Cornwall Park to Greenwoods Corner Owairaka Maunga Walking Dominion Road straight Motu Manawa 17 Routes Proposed Greenways 2018:

Albert-Eden Local Paths: Map showing recommended routes, 1.0 to 17.0 17 17 16 16 15 15 14 13 13 12 12 11 11 10 10 2 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 9 1 1 D O M IN IO N R O A D BALMORAL ROAD KENSINGTON ROAD PEARY ROAD LANDSCAPE ROAD SHACKLETON ROAD ELLERTON ROAD WATLING STREET EMPIRE ROAD GREEN LANE WEST STATE HIGHWAY 16 GR EA T NO RT H RO AD FIR STREET MEOLA ROAD TUI ROAD WALKER ROAD P O IN T C H E V A L IE R R O A D K IW I R O A D M OUNT ALBERT ROAD E U S T O N R O A D HAVERSTOCK ROAD PARRY ROAD HALESOWEN AVENUE ELIZABETH STREET KENNETH STREET WALTERS ROAD MONT LE GRAND ROAD GRANGE ROAD BELLEVUE ROAD VIEW ROAD M O U N T ED EN RO A D H EN LE Y R O A D M EW B U RN R O A D WOODSIDE ROAD OWENS ROAD EPSOM AVENUE G IL LE S AV EN U E MA NU KA U RO AD PA H RO A D TH E D RI VE SA IN T A N D RE W S R O A D RANFURLY ROAD MARKET ROAD G R E A T S O U T H R O A D WAIPITI AVENUE W HETURANGI ROAD P IN E ST R EE T SA N D R IN G H A M R O A D FO W LD S AV EN U E A L B E R T O N A V E N U E M O R N I N G S I D E D R I V E S T L U K E S R O A D R E N F R E W R O A D HENDON ROAD R I C H A R D S O N R O A D OWAIRAKA AVENUE GREAT NORTH ROAD REET N E W N O R T H R O A D SPRINGLEIGH AVENUE HARBUTT AVENUE SEAVIEW TERRACE FONTENOY STREET SEAGAR AVE ROSSMAY ST LEONARDS ROAD GOLF ROAD ROSSGROVE AVE A S Q U I T H A V E RENOW N CARR INGT ON ROAD COYLE PARK MEOLA REEF RESERVE WALKER PARK SELWYN VILLAGE NORTH WESTERN CYCLEWAY CHAMBERLAIN PARK GOLF COURSE WESTERN SPRINGS FOWLDS PARK SCHOOL PARK POTTERS PARK TAYLORS PARK BALMORAL HEIGHTS WATLING RESERVE MORVERN RESERVE WINDMILL PARK NICHOLSON PARK MELVILLE PARK ABERFOYLE RESERVE MERIVALE RESERVE UDYS RESERVE EDEN EPSON TENNIS & SQUASH CLUB NIXON PARK EDEN PARK GRIBBLEHIRST PARK WARREN FREER PARK EDENDALE RESERVE CENTENNIAL PARK POLLARD PARK WATEA RESERVE HARWOOD RESERVE TAUMATA RESERVE FREYBERG RESERVE ROY CLEMENTS TREEWAY KERR-TAYLOR PARK NORTH-WESTERN CYCLEWAY IAN MCKINNON DRIVE RESERVE MAUNGAWHAU/ MT EDEN WITHIEL THOMAS MOUNT SAINT JOHN DOMAIN ALEXANDRA PARK GRIFFIN RESERVE MARIVARE RESERVE VIEW ROAD TENNIS COURTS EDENVALE PARK MT EDEN STATION BALLANTYNE SQUARE BELLEVUE RESERVE MOUNT ALBERT WAR MEMORIAL RESERVE ROCKET FERDALE PARK BALDWIN AVE OWAIRAKA VOLCANIC LANDSCAPES OWAIRAKA PARK MURRAY HALBERG PARK ALAN WOOD RESERVE ANDERSON PARK HARBUTT RESERVE PHYLLIS RESERVE OAKLEY CREEK WALKWAY TUTUKI RESERVE FAIRLANDS RESERVE HOWLETT RESERVE WATERVIEW RESERVE HERON PARK ERIC ARMISHAW PARK RAYMOND RESERVE HARBOUR VIEW RESERVE MOA RESERVE WALMER RESERVE NORTH POINT CHEVALIER SCHOOL PASADENA INTERMEDIATE WATERVIEW SCHOOL SAINT FRANCIS SCHOOL GLADSTONE SCHOOL UNITEC AIS OWAIRAKA DISTRICT SCHOOL HEBRON CHRISTIAN COLLEGE MT ALBERT GRAMMAR SCHOOL TK KM o NGA MAUNGARONOGO MARIST COLLEGE/ SCHOOL MT ALBERT SCHOOL EDENDALE SCHOOL GOOD SHEPHERD SCHOOL KOWHAI INTERMEDIATE FICINO SCHOOL MT EDEN NORMAL SCHOOL EDEN CAMPUS AUCKLAND GRAMMAR EPSOM GIRLS GRAMMAR DIOCESAN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND DILWORTH SCHOOL KOHIA TERRACE SCHOOL AUCKLAND NORMAL INTERMEDIATE ST CUTHBERTS COLLEGE OUR LADY SACRED HEART SCHOOL EPSOM NORMAL SCHOOL MAUNGAWHAU SCHOOL CORNWALL PARK DISTRICT SCHOOL BALMORAL SCHOOL BALMORAL S.D.A SCHOOL CENTRAL CITY PONSONBY NEWTON GRAFTON PARNELL NEWMARKET REMUERA MOUNT EDEN EDEN TERRACE MARKET ROAD GREENLANE EAST GREENWOODS CORNER GREENLANE WEST GREY LYNN POINT CHEVALIER WATERVIEW MOUNT ALBERT AVONDALE SAINT LUKES MORNINGSIDE KINGSLAND BALMORAL SANDRINGHAM WAITEMATA LOCAL BOARD ORAKEI LOCAL BOARD MAUNGAKIEKIE TAMAKI LOCAL BOARD PUKETAPAPA LOCAL BOARD WHAU LOCAL BOARD Boundary Motorway Major road Minor road Railway Train station Primary school Intermediate school Secondary school Tertiary institution Park Existing paths Existing paths (walk only) Existing paths (tide dependant) Funded paths Funded paths (walk only) Express commute Local destination or commute Neighbourhood Local with walk only Recreational wend Boundary Motorway Major road Minor road Railway Train station Primary school Intermediate school Secondary school Tertiary institution Park 0 500m Express commute Local destination or commute Neighbourhood Local with walk only Recreational wend LEGEND 1 2 7 3 8 4 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 5 6 Point Chevalier Beaches Waitikiko Connection Waterview Spine Waterview Path to Train Cross Isthmus ‘Wend‘ Owairaka Connection Wairaka Express to Morningside Western Springs to Greenlane Express Sandringham to Saint Lukes Dominion Road parallel West Dominion Road parallel East Epsom South to Maungawhau Market Road to Maungawhau via Mount Saint John Cornwall Park to Greenwoods Corner Owairaka Maunga Walking Dominion Road straight Motu Manawa Routes Proposed Greenways 2018: LEGEND 17 1 2 7 3 8 4 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 5 6 Point Chevalier Beaches Waitikiko Connection Waterview Spine Waterview Path to Train Cross Isthmus ‘Wend‘ Owairaka Connection Wairaka Express to Morningside Western Springs to Greenlane Express Sandringham to Saint Lukes Dominion Road parallel West Dominion Road parallel East Epsom South to Maungawhau Market Road to Maungawhau via Mount Saint John Cornwall Park to Greenwoods Corner Owairaka Maunga Walking Dominion Road straight Motu Manawa 17 Routes Proposed Greenways 2018:

Albert-Eden Local Paths: Map showing existing and funded greenways, and recommended routes, 1.0 to 17.0 17 17 16 16 15 15 14 13 13 12 12 11 11 10 10 2 9 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 9 1 1 D O M IN IO N R O A D BALMORAL ROAD KENSINGTON ROAD PEARY ROAD LANDSCAPE ROAD SHACKLETON ROAD ELLERTON ROAD WATLING STREET EMPIRE ROAD GREEN LANE WEST STATE HIGHWAY 16 GR EA T NO RT H RO AD FIR STREET MEOLA ROAD TUI ROAD WALKER ROAD P O IN T C H E V A L IE R R O A D K IW I R O A D M OUNT ALBERT ROAD E U S T O N R O A D HAVERSTOCK ROAD PARRY ROAD HALESOWEN AVENUE ELIZABETH STREET KENNETH STREET WALTERS ROAD MONT LE GRAND ROAD GRANGE ROAD BELLEVUE ROAD VIEW ROAD M O U N T ED EN RO A D H EN LE Y R O A D M EW B U RN R O A D WOODSIDE ROAD OWENS ROAD EPSOM AVENUE G IL LE S AV EN U E MA NU KA U RO AD PA H RO A D TH E D RI VE SA IN T A N D RE W S R O A D RANFURLY ROAD MARKET ROAD G R E A T S O U T H R O A D WAIPITI AVENUE W HETURANGI ROAD P IN E ST R EE T SA N D R IN G H A M R O A D FO W LD S AV EN U E A L B E R T O N A V E N U E M O R N I N G S I D E D R I V E S T L U K E S R O A D R E N F R E W R O A D HENDON ROAD R I C H A R D S O N R O A D OWAIRAKA AVENUE GREAT NORTH ROAD REET N E W N O R T H R O A D SPRINGLEIGH AVENUE HARBUTT AVENUE SEAVIEW TERRACE FONTENOY STREET SEAGAR AVE ROSSMAY ST LEONARDS ROAD GOLF ROAD ROSSGROVE AVE A S Q U I T H A V E RENOW N CARR INGT ON ROAD COYLE PARK MEOLA REEF RESERVE WALKER PARK SELWYN VILLAGE NORTH WESTERN CYCLEWAY CHAMBERLAIN PARK GOLF COURSE WESTERN SPRINGS FOWLDS PARK SCHOOL PARK POTTERS PARK TAYLORS PARK BALMORAL HEIGHTS WATLING RESERVE MORVERN RESERVE WINDMILL PARK NICHOLSON PARK MELVILLE PARK ABERFOYLE RESERVE MERIVALE RESERVE UDYS RESERVE EDEN EPSON TENNIS & SQUASH CLUB NIXON PARK EDEN PARK GRIBBLEHIRST PARK WARREN FREER PARK EDENDALE RESERVE CENTENNIAL PARK POLLARD PARK WATEA RESERVE HARWOOD RESERVE TAUMATA RESERVE FREYBERG RESERVE ROY CLEMENTS TREEWAY KERR-TAYLOR PARK NORTH-WESTERN CYCLEWAY IAN MCKINNON DRIVE RESERVE MAUNGAWHAU/ MT EDEN WITHIEL THOMAS MOUNT SAINT JOHN DOMAIN ALEXANDRA PARK GRIFFIN RESERVE MARIVARE RESERVE VIEW ROAD TENNIS COURTS EDENVALE PARK MT EDEN STATION BALLANTYNE SQUARE BELLEVUE RESERVE MOUNT ALBERT WAR MEMORIAL RESERVE ROCKET FERDALE PARK BALDWIN AVE OWAIRAKA VOLCANIC LANDSCAPES OWAIRAKA PARK MURRAY HALBERG PARK ALAN WOOD RESERVE ANDERSON PARK HARBUTT RESERVE PHYLLIS RESERVE OAKLEY CREEK WALKWAY TUTUKI RESERVE FAIRLANDS RESERVE HOWLETT RESERVE WATERVIEW RESERVE HERON PARK ERIC ARMISHAW PARK RAYMOND RESERVE HARBOUR VIEW RESERVE MOA RESERVE WALMER RESERVE NORTH POINT CHEVALIER SCHOOL PASADENA INTERMEDIATE WATERVIEW SCHOOL SAINT FRANCIS SCHOOL GLADSTONE SCHOOL UNITEC AIS OWAIRAKA DISTRICT SCHOOL HEBRON CHRISTIAN COLLEGE MT ALBERT GRAMMAR SCHOOL TK KM o NGA MAUNGARONOGO MARIST COLLEGE/ SCHOOL MT ALBERT SCHOOL EDENDALE SCHOOL GOOD SHEPHERD SCHOOL KOWHAI INTERMEDIATE FICINO SCHOOL MT EDEN NORMAL SCHOOL EDEN CAMPUS AUCKLAND GRAMMAR EPSOM GIRLS GRAMMAR DIOCESAN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND DILWORTH SCHOOL KOHIA TERRACE SCHOOL AUCKLAND NORMAL INTERMEDIATE ST CUTHBERTS COLLEGE OUR LADY SACRED HEART SCHOOL EPSOM NORMAL SCHOOL MAUNGAWHAU SCHOOL CORNWALL PARK DISTRICT SCHOOL BALMORAL SCHOOL BALMORAL S.D.A SCHOOL CENTRAL CITY PONSONBY NEWTON GRAFTON PARNELL NEWMARKET REMUERA MOUNT EDEN EDEN TERRACE MARKET ROAD GREENLANE EAST GREENWOODS CORNER GREENLANE WEST GREY LYNN POINT CHEVALIER WATERVIEW MOUNT ALBERT AVONDALE SAINT LUKES MORNINGSIDE KINGSLAND BALMORAL SANDRINGHAM WAITEMATA LOCAL BOARD ORAKEI LOCAL BOARD MAUNGAKIEKIE TAMAKI LOCAL BOARD PUKETAPAPA LOCAL BOARD WHAU LOCAL BOARD Boundary Motorway Major road Minor road Railway Train station Primary school Intermediate school Secondary school Tertiary institution Park Existing paths Existing paths (walk only) Existing paths (tide dependant) Funded paths Funded paths (walk only) Express commute Local destination or commute Neighbourhood Local with walk only Recreational wend LEGEND 1 2 7 3 8 4 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 5 6 Point Chevalier Beaches Waitikiko Connection Waterview Spine Waterview Path to Train Cross Isthmus ‘Wend‘ Owairaka Connection Wairaka Express to Morningside Western Springs to Greenlane Express Sandringham to Saint Lukes Dominion Road parallel West Dominion Road parallel East Epsom South to Maungawhau Market Road to Maungawhau via Mount Saint John Cornwall Park to Greenwoods Corner Owairaka Maunga Walking Dominion Road straight Motu Manawa Routes Proposed Greenways 2018: 17

19 | P a g e Coast to Coast map (also the Te Araroa route)

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